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game hotel and it was a dangerous -- burlingame hotel and it was a i don't situation. -- bane royce -- dangerous situation. they were called back out to the scene hazmat crews took air samples and found high levels of carbon monoxide and thousands of people as you can see were forced out into the cold. >> we had to get an alarm system but they think it was announced through the phones it there was an emergency that we needed to evacuate. >> crews traced the league out to a faulty boiler, and hotels were supposed to have the detecters by the first. >>> a south bay man was arrested accused of having a pipe bomb. jeanine della vega, you just got an update from police, what are they saying? >> reporter: they will be following up and debriefing this man who is responsible for this bomb and it is all happening on 1st street. you can see all of these nearby businesses and this gas steaks but right across the street from the gas station is these sandbags that you see pileup and because that gas station is nearby they wanted to take that a safe distance away. that sound was a bombing detonat
novato into san francisco james'. >> very good erica. new this morning at a hotel and burlingame has been evacuated due to possible carbon monoxide poisoning. the embassy suites and burlingame. one person has been taken to the house battle what they believe to be c 02 poisoning. we will bring you the latest updates once they get established. >> in contra costa county today a man accused of killing retired hercules schoolteacher susie koe is set to enter a plea to the charges. darnell washington and tonya washington are charged with the woman's death. she was found in a room with several stab wounds after she failed to pick upper house and from the airport last month. they are also charged with a crime spree in southern california. we will have new rest to report in the end of his attack resulted in the unit was being forged. we have the video we have been showing you for a while. a bystander took the photograph. several people setting the bus on fire and smashing out windows. the damage has been estimated at close to $1 million. police announced a second place in the case and are looking
joins us from burlingame where hundreds of guest, i would imagine, anne, they are just waiting to go back to sleep. >> reporter: they were woken up in the middle of the night by an alarm, a lot of them have spent hours in their cars here in the parking lot. i'm at the embassy suites in burlingame on anza boulevard. you can see emergency personnel still here on scene. now, this hotel has been cleared. but they are starting the process of getting people back into their rooms. they are prioritizing people with early-morning flights. the hotel is right by the airport. so several people are trying get out of town. here's how it started according to some of the officials on scene. there was an alarm at 12:30 this morning saying that there was going to be a -- there was a carbon monoxide issue. [ loud background noise ] >> reporter: so officials came in and they were able to evacuate the hotel. they sounded an alarm. they then got on the bull horn and told everybody to evacuate and it turns out that this was all due to a malfunctioning boiler which emergency crews have been able to isolate
this morning. >>> 6:02. hotel guests in burlingame are being allowed to return to their rooms after being evacuated early this morning. people at the airport embassy suites were evacuated 12:30 this morning because of carbon monoxide leaking from a boiler. the hotel called the fire department to check the air because a guest was taken to the hospital last night they were concerned the two incidents might be related. fireoffs gave the all-clear at 5 this morning after the boiler was shutdown and the air was deemed safe. terry mcsweeney will have more in 30 minutes. >>> this morning a group of women with major financial backing say they are prepared to launch a recall campaign against ross mirkarimi. anti-domestic violence advocates plan to make it official next week. the same group who successfully campaigned to defeat supervisor christina alagi in tuesday's election one of four who vote give the sheriff his job back. mirkarimi was us is ed from office, following a domestic violence incident involving his wife before he was reinstated. >>> in four hours the bay area's newest shopping cente
this year, some shops are suffering. abc 7 news is live in burlingame with more on that. david? >> last count america's economy made up of 23 million small businesses such as ones at burlingame. on this black friday, many of them being overshadowed but shoppers at malls and now, major chains cut putting squeeze on them, on mean streets of the bay area. locales call it the avenue, however, it's a cluster ofzç$r boutiques and shops, now dominated by chains, ones often found in malls and on this black friday, those chains have brought predatory pricing that threatened viability of shops owned by four generations of the same family. >> everybody talks about black friday. 50%. >> i cannot do that. people come here because they want to stay away from malls. they don't want a part of it. that saved me. >> main streets find consumers have grown accustomed to and expect rock bottom prices.. >> people are looking for prices. there are some people that we have. that is how we are surviving here. but not everybody, anyone. >> a campaign to get shoppers to support the stores owned by sole pro pry t
>>> breaking news in burlingame, hundreds of hotel guests were evacuated this morning. within the past few minutes we've had new developments from the scene. >> terry mcsweeney is live at the airport embassy suites. what is the new information? >> reporter: everybody can go back in the hotel has been cleared and checked out and deemed safe to go back in. as of 1:00 this morning it was a different story. look at the evacuations that were going on. the alarm guess off in the hotel and people are told -- the alarm goes off in the hotel and people are told they have to go the problem was a boiler emitting carbon monoxide it got into the hotel. the story may begin yesterday 6:30 when someone who was staying here was taken to the hospital. 12:30 this morning we are told that the fire department was asked to come back out and check the air. there may be a tie in between the person taken to the hospital and the situation out here that led to the evacuations. we talk today a person who spent much of the night sleeping in his car. >> rude awakening about 1:00 when the fire alarm went of
as we have showers moving in as we speak. burlingame, san mateo as you come off the bridge running into water all the way into half moon bay and down to san carlos. also around heading towards daly city and south san francisco and up to ocean beach is where we have rain. we have a shower moving through right now. higher elevations through la honda road, alpine road. this will be heading towards east palo alto. so 280 and 101 will get wet. solid water still about half an hour, 20 minutes to half an hour away from the coast. any time today we always have a chance of rain. temperatures are going to be in the 40s and 50s this morning. 50s and 60s from noon until 4:00. let's map out the weekend. we have wettest day tomorrow, morning showers on sunday. sunday afternoon should be dry. >> we have a situation here in the emeryville area on 80 westbound. this is stalled big rig right here in the second lane from the right and a stalled car with somebody out of car right here behind it. just before powell street after ashby, westbound 80, very careful in the area. cars are coming up quickly.
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now from burlingame to explain what led to the hotel's evacuation. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. a carbon monoxide leak, it evacuated this entire nine story hotel behind me. the embassy suites on anza boulevard in burlingame. the whole thing was evacuated at 1 a.m. hundreds of people, the hotel was at capacity. the fire department got a call around 12:0 and determined that there were high levels of carbon monoxide coming from a boiler that was broken. they immediately evacuated those guests, first sounding an alarm then getting on a bull horn telling people to get up and go outside. >> my two coworkers slept national car for an hour trying to keep warm. the unknown factor is probably the most difficult thing. >> reporter: it was about 3 hours before the all clear was given by the hazmat team and the health department. that was about 4 a.m. carbon monoxide is colorless, odorless and deadly. luckily no injuries but there was a medical call last night around 6:30. and firefighters won't say exactly what the issue was with this person but the person was taken to the hospital
in san francisco and one in burlingame. for six years i have tried to lease out this space. i have had gladys real estate and cb ellis try to rent the space out. i had one offer from a company called cheaper cigarette. and because of my neighborhood, because i get involved in other neighborhood groups, i could not lease that space out to a cigarette vendor. and, so, i've had no other offers in that many years. and then i've had no offers for the last three years since that offer and it's just sitting there vacant. i did, even before the fire, i did know there was a need for a community room on west portal avenue, not only for the merchants, but for the greater west portal neighborhood association was looking at a space their board can meet at. and i also offered that space to other community groups who do need that. and we set up a set of guidelines that we submitted to planning. i've done extensive community outreach with both the west portal merchants, the greater west portal neighborhood association. i've sat down with numerous individuals one on one and i've gotten no opposition pe
. the program have a hangover period >> new this morning a hotel in burlingame has been evacuated early this morning while people were sleeping. if the people had said get out of the hotel just the clothes on their back due to a carbon monoxide leak. >> this is one man's bullyinann's boulevard. >> right now we want to focus on weather and it is chilly outside. >> is pretty clear right now on we do not have any ground fault to talk about. we do have wets weather on the way and there is a lot of arctic air pushing them. it is cool and the conditions are cloudy. tomorrow will have potential for scattered so rain showers that will affect your morning commute. dry weather but it will be unseasonably cool. >> we will have an impact lead roland later on this after. and i will lead to know when you will need your umbrellas. >> the san mateo bridge drive is pretty good. he is just an 11 to 12 minute drive. most of the traffic is in the east bay on interstate 580 and highway 4. >> it is 6:32 a.m.. >> new york and new jersey are bringing rain, wind and now the threat of flooding. this is happening
>> and carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide leak forces hotel guests to get out of the burlingame hotel. the was the what happened and why they were evacuated this morning. at the northeast is reeling from yet another storm after stupors super storm sandy. wall street 30 minutes after the opening bell after the yesterday's huge losses, more in a minute. >> it is a beautiful start to the morning but it is really chilly out there. the good news is the winds are starting to die down. crystal clear conditions, no problems with visibility. temperatures are sitting in the '40's and '50's. later on this afternoon we're tracking a cold front will approach the bay area with rain. it will be relatively light in nature but widespread. we will continue to see scattered showers and temperatures will continue to drop. here's a look at your satellite and radar picture is sitting in a clot counterclockwise direction. a lot of their rain is sitting off shore and we do have some wet weather. it will continue to spend and sag its way south. i will walk you through the timing of the wet weather in my
back to the desk. >>> at 5:00, we are tracking developing news, a hazmat scare in burlingame, carbon-monoxide was found, what is going on tara? >> well, officials have let the second and third floors get back into their rooms in order to get their belongings and if you take a look behind me, psych the windows are still open here. those folks have actually been coming out after getting into their rooms and they are packing up their cars and heading out. there are hundreds more who are still out in the cold. firefighters tell us this all began when head to transport them to the hospital near the san francisco international airport and we don't know if their ill necessary is re-- illness is related to carbon- monoxide was reported. a faulty boiler led to that league but they sampled the air, and they evacuated the building about 1,000 people because this hotel was booked. >> our first priority has flights out of the area and we will monitor the rooms and if it is safe we will have access to gather their belongings and we willpable to get their flights. >> this is the first time we have
on mitchell drive. >>> there's a new addition to the burlingame police force. meet gus, the first day on the job with his handler officer steve vega was on monday. they recently completed a four- week training. gus is one of two k-9 teams added to the department and donations from burlingame residents made the k-9 teams a reality. >> a little programming note. the cbs special person to person with charlie rose and lara logan airs tonight. one of the guest stars, new orleans saints quarterback drew brees. >> he is a great guy first of all and that he clearly is a football hero who feels that his celebrity should be used for good things and he has been part of the rebuilding of new orleans and obviously because of the super bowl is a huge hero down there. >> drew is going to be joined by his wife, other guests including sean penn, olympic gold medallest gabby douglas and alisha keys. you can catch person to person tonight at 10:00 here on cbs 5. >>> it is 4:56 right now. a new attack along the gaza border threatens a fragile truce. >> and bringing scattered families together during the
for days outside of a best buy made their way into a store, abc 7 news is live in burlingame wex begin live at stoneridge mall. >> hi, good evening to you. speaking of people lining up, people were lined up outside of this mall last night because for the first black friday ever, it opened at midnight. since then there has been a steady flow of thousands of shoppers some i spoke with tell me this is the best customer service and the best black friday deals they have seen today. this is a tradition many look forward to as soon as thanksgiving dinner is digested. >> go this every year, we have for yours years and years. >> this resident made this pilgrimage since 1980s. >> there is a great aunt that would drive to get her, so we liked this mall. >> they come for good deals and quality time together. it's a date with her shopping list. we caught up with her, she made four trips to her car to drop off bags. >> i worked yesterday and took today off so we can go shopping. >> they know this is something i love to do. >> it's a good sign for retailers. the federation estimates sales increase 4.1% th
>>> we're live in burlingame where a carbon monoxide leak forces hundreds of people out of a hotel. we'll tell you why -- we'll tell you why detecters did not alert the desks inside. >>> and in weather, we're dry right now but that will be changing later on today. coming up the forecast that breaks down the timing of the incoming rain. >>> you get up the next morning and you keep going. >> more misery on the east coast. another powerful storm creating big problems for millions of people. >>> and final preparations are in livermore. in just a few hours, 130 new outlet doors, we'll tell you about the economic boom it's expected to bring to this community. "mornings on 2" starts now. >>> well, good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. it's thursday, november 8th. >>> everything is back to normal at a burlington hotel that had a carbon monoxide overnight. ktvu channel 2 reporter tara moriarty is live at the embassy suites. this is a pretty big hazmat response that affected a lot of people. tara? >> reporter: that's right. this is very close to the
for pacifica, half moon bay will make its way into burlingame and san mateo. it has been raining in the east bay. we are catching a break for walnut creek but it is pushing into the san ramon valley. light rain for highway 4 antioch into pittsburgh. heavy rain reported in pleasanton and parts of interstate 680. down to the south bay we are picking up like run-of-the- mill pizzas area impacting highway 237. that sta--milpitas >> the march restricted its way into the bay area a lot of cloud cover associated with this system. we have the potential for a thunderstorm. we saw some reported lightning strikes were the central california coast line. once the rain hits landfall. we will not see as much instability. you can see 8:00 a.m. most of the north bay is under heavy rain. it will grow more widespread and start to attend to five by 10:00 a.m.. this is the bulk of the ride. as it was the clock into the afternoon the showers will start to taper off. most folks will be dry as we head into later tonight. with this for system we could see up to an inch of rain a bit more in the north bay. temperatur
to new york and they could stay there for as long as 2 weeks. reporting from burlingame cbs 5. >> giants fans are basking in the series win. wait till you hear how much those pieces of confetti cost. are." a strong opening for the new disney film, "wreck-it ralp" and superstorm sandy may hae helped. schools in the storm zone were closed frid, to the . >>> superstorm sandy may have helped. schools in the storm zone were closed friday and parents took kids to the movies to distract them. flight starring denzel washington second place for 25 million. argo the man with the iron fists and taken 2 rounded out the top five. united's boeing 787 dreamliner made its flight from houston to chicago today. the revolutionary aircraft was designed to be 20% more fuel efficient. it adds a new level of comfort for passengers with plush seat led lights and large overhead bins. united is the first carrier to fly dreamliner more than 800 have been sold to airlines worldwide. >>> construction of the new 49ers stadium in santa clara will hit another major milestone this week. tomorrow crews will begin insta
at home, dusty basks in his role as grand marshal at the burlingame pet parade. it's been almost two years since we aired our story, so we went back to see how he is happening his celebrate status. >> he still has to get out and go looking for whatever it is, his treasures. >> now he is wearing a collar camera. dusty was shooting us as we were shooting him. his owners wondered what his mo was, where he actually went at night. now with a camera. >> he's on the move. >> they found that dusty likes to start the night on the roof. here's what it looks like from his critter cam. he appears to be surveilling the neighborhood, checking out the lay of the land. he then goes underneath the family car. maybe hiding. suddenly he dashes out across the street. he is now decided which house to hit. this house. dusty races towards the back of the home, into the yard. he finds the pet door, one that dusty will crawl through, that leads leads to hidden treasures. scream and jim installed an infrared camera outside their home and shows what dusty brings back. on this night he stole a toy nemo. and here it i
in his role as grand marshal at the burlingame pet parade. it's been almost two years since we aired our story, so we went back to see how he is happening his celebrate status. >> he still has to get out and go looking for whatever it is, his treasures. >> now he is wearing a collar camera. dusty was shooting us as we were shooting him. his owners wondered what his mo was, where he actually went at night. now with a camera. >> he's on the move. >> they found that dusty likes to start the night on the roof. here's what it looks like from his critter cam. he appears to be surveilling the neighborhood, checking out the lay of the land. he then goes underneath the family car. maybe hiding. suddenly he dashes out across the street. he is now decided which house to hit. this house. dusty races towards the back of the home, into the yard. he finds the pet door, one that dusty will crawl through, that leads leads to hidden treasures. scream and jim installed an infrared camera outside their home and shows what dusty brings back. on this night he stole a toy nemo. and here it is at his home, but
, dusty basks in his role as grand marshal at the burlingame pet parade. it's been almost two years since we aired our story, so we went back to see how he is happening his celebrate status. >> he still has to get out and go looking for whatever it is, his treasures. >> now he is wearing a collar camera. dusty was shooting us as we were shooting him. his owners wondered what his mo was, where he actually went at night. now with a camera. >> he's on the move. >> they found that dusty likes to start the night on the roof. here's what it looks like from his critter cam. he appears to be surveilling the neighborhood, checking out the lay of the land. he then goes underneath the family car. maybe hiding. suddenly he dashes out across the street. he is now decided which house to hit. this house. dusty races towards the back of the home, into the yard. he finds the pet door, one that dusty will crawl through, that leads leads to hidden treasures. scream and jim installed an infrared camera outside their home and shows what dusty brings back. on this night he stole a toy nemo. and here it is at h
captioned by closed captioning services, inc. >>> breaking news in burlingame guests of the airport embassy suites hotel are evacuated police and firefighter there is after discovery of a dangerous gas. >> terry mcsweeney is live at the scene. what is going on right now? >> reporter: we are told that hundreds of people have been evacuated there the -- from the embassy suites airport hotel as a result of a carbon monoxide leak that got into the hotel sometime last night. guests are being allowed to be in the lobby. as of this moment no one is being allowed to go back into their rooms. look at video, the fire chief says the hotel called this for an air quality check around 12:30 this morning. when the fire crews got out here, high levels of carbon monoxide were detected, everyone was told to get out of their rooms. the hotel was at or near capacity, hundreds of people. the problem has been identified as a faulty boiller. the problem was getting everyone out. >> we were sleep -- [ inaudible ] there was an emergency [ inaudible ] >> reporter: talking to county fire just a few minutes ag
at the bottom of your screen. >>> hundreds of guests at a burlingame hotel had to be evacuated in the middle of the night. five hundred people from the airport embassy suites were forced out of their rooms after the boiler started leaking carbon monoxide. one guest was taken to the hospital for carbon monoxide poisoning last night. firefighters declared the area safe 5:00 this morning and let everyone back in. >> today is the start of our campaign operation 7 save a life to raise awareness of carbon monoxide and smoke alarms. terry mcsweeney is live at fire station 3. >> reporter: the operation is kicking off here in oakland a short time ago abc 7 combining its forces with the fire departments around the bay area to let everybody know that these simple devices and in some cases free devices, can save a life. abc7 and bay area fire departments are banding to prevent casualties from fires and carbon monoxide. >> idea of exit drills, smoke detectors, paramount to saving lives. advantage to the fire department and citizens. >> reporter: operation save a lie teams up with oakland, san jose, san f
. >> family is calling this a thanksgiving miracle. >> yes. young burlingame man in a coma after being shot in the head nearly a month ago is beginning a remarkable recover recovery. >> vick lee witnessed it first happened today a.story only on abc 7 news. >>reporter: it was saturday after halloween. still parties in the city. >> your son benjamin got shot and he's in the hospital. >>reporter: early morning hours of october 28 henry got the phone call every parent fears. his son benjamin was at san francisco general hospital in critical condition. his parents saw him being wheeled into surgery. >> i just went and touch him and i couldn't -- >>reporter: you remember that night? >> captain forget. keep repeating. >>reporter: 21-year-old was leaving a halloween party at fort mason when a stranger police identified as lee made inappropriate advances toward his girl friend. the man shot benjamin in the head after he went to her defense. at one point doctors said his brain wound was so severe they gave him only a 25% chance of living. he was in a medically induced coma for almost a mon
miracle. >> yes. young burlingame man in a coma after being shot in the head nearly a month ago is beginning a remarkable recover recovery. >> vick lee witnessed it first happened today a.story only on abc 7 news. >>reporter: it was saturday after halloween. still parties in the city. >> your son benjamin got shot and he's in the hospital. >>reporter: early morning hours of october 28 henry got the phone call every parent fears. his son benjamin was at san francisco general hospital in critical condition. his parents saw him being wheeled into surgery. >> i just went and touch him and i couldn't -- >>reporter: you remember that night? >> captain forget. keep repeating. >>reporter: 21-year-old was leaving a halloween party at fort mason when a stranger police identified as lee made inappropriate advances toward his girl friend. the man shot benjamin in the head after he went to her defense. at one point doctors said his brain wound was so severe they gave him only a 25% chance of living. he was in a medically induced coma for almost a mont month. but the young man was
burlingame man who was in a coma after being shot in the head a month ago is beginning a remarkable recovery. vic lee witnessed it firsthand. a story own on 7. >> reporter: it was a saturday after halloween, still parties in the city. >> your son benjamin got shot and he's in the hospital. >> reporter: in the early morning hours of october 28 henry got the call every parent fears. his son was in the hospital in critical. his parents saw him wheeled into surgery. >> i just wanted to touch him and i couldn't. >> reporter: you remember that night? the 21-year-old was leaving a halloween party when a stranger made inappropriate advances toward his girlfriend. the man shot benjamin in the head after he went to her defense. at one point doctors said his brain wound was so severe they gave him only a 25% chance of living. he was in a medically induced coma almost a month. he was fighting for his life making small victories as they took his breathing tube off, he uttered his first words. >> i told him could you say hi mom. and i said hi mom. and that was -- brought when to tears. >> reporter: benjam
to burlingame, san mateo. and the south bay, you will be the last to see that rainfall move through, but you're going to get it too in san jose and los gatos. san rafael, five to eight inches. you'll get about half of that tonight. mountain view and santa clara, three to five inches by sunday. this is a serious rainmaker. also a serious snowmaker. up toward tahoe, two to three feet of snow at the highest elevations by tomorrow and perhaps up to seven to eight feet of new snow by the end of the weekend. a big area of low pressure. it all came together exactly the way the computer model said. the tropical moisture is down here. it's heading east over the same spot. we'll get hit tonight. we'll get hit tomorrow. we'll get hit again late saturday and sunday. this will not be over until the weekend is over. friday, tomorrow, it's going to be a messy day. wet, windy, all day long. mother nature reloading on saturday. just scattered showers. then here comes the heaviest rainfall. saturday night into sunday evening. then it's finally done by sunday evening. our computer forecast model is showing me
embassy suite hotel in burlingame had to be evacuated for several hours early this morning after boiler started leaking carbon monoxide. the hotel became aware of the problem after a guest went to the hospital for carbon monoxide poisoning. firefighters gave the all clear around 5:00 a.m. but it's a lot more common than you might think. this is carbon monoxide awareness week and we are working with fire department all over the bay area to make us all awhat you are of how simple detectors can save a life. terri has the story. >>reporter: fire departments are banning together to pre-haven't casualty from fires and carbon monoxide. >> idea of exit drills, smoke alarms, early notification is paramount to saving lives. provides an advantage to the fire department and citizen. >>reporter: operation 7 save a life team up with fire department in oakland, san jos jose, menlo park and santa clara county. increase the number of alarm ins homes. they are available to those who can't afford one and to seniors donated by home depot and kit alarm. they have battery that last a decade. >> so it
up and grow mascara. only from almay. only for me. a burlingame hotel has been evacuated. what was reported that could make gus sick. plus: on the east coast... adding insult to injury. anr storm brings cold and wet weather to the victims of s. and camping out for a chanct free food. another chick- fil-a opens in the bay area. will this one court the same controversy? join us for cbs 5 eyewitness news this morning... beginng at 4:30. good morning. it's thursday, novermber 8th. i', >>> here's a look at the weather in some cities around the country. in d.c. clearing, 52. sunshine in atlanta, 60. sunny in st. louis, 56. same thing in denver, 63 and passing showers in seattle, 48 degrees. degrees. >>> >>> educators are celebrating in california today after voters passed proposition 30 tuesday. it increases the state's sales tax and raises taxes on the rich. college students will be spared another round of tuition increases and as john blackstone tells us this morning younger students will avoid a much shorter school year. >> let's raise our taxes for our kids, for our schools, for
's going to be a process getting all these people back in their rooms. live in burlingame, anne makovec, cbs 5. >>> this could be more snow this morning from the nor'easter that hit the atlantic coast. the winter storm moved ashore in the same location where superstorm sandy hit. there are new power outages in the region and up to 8" of snow in some places. teresa garcia has the story from rockaway beach, new york. >> reporter: high winds and heavy snow whipped the boardwalk in rockaway beach in queens, new york. that's where tom ford lives. he was told to evacuate his sandy-damaged home before the winter storm hit, but he is not budging. >> i got too much invested here. >> reporter: he says he will weather this storm like he did the last one with a little help. >> share some food, neighbors come back and get some heat, some fire. >> reporter: towns up and down the coast are scrambling to redirect resources from cleaning up to shoring up. belimar, new jersey, is rebuilding sand dunes on the beach and the pump clearing out floodwaters will keep running around the clock. >> we want to be
. >>> a hotel evacuated overnight. the alarm sounded early this morning at the embassy suites in burlingame. 400 to 500 people had to wait outside in the cold until the gas dissipated. >> handicap rooms where they talk to you, get out of bed, very, very startling. and so i got up thinking it was a prank. and looked around for some hoodlums to stir up and give them some grief. and then i looked outside and saw that there were first responders flashing flashlights to tell us to get out the building. >> people were let back in about 4:30 this morning. no one was hurt. a malfunctioning boiler is to blal. >>> still ahead at 11:00, the man responsible for shooting congresswoman gabi giffords and 18 others in tucson nearly two years ago being sentenced today. we'll tell you what giffords' husband had to say to jared loughner. >>> the election is over but the work is just getting started. congress has to get to work on the fiscal cliff or you will be paying a lot more in taxes come january. >>> you may have noticed some cool new technology this morning at starbucks. we'll tell you how it works. [ female
showers right now are right along 280 and 101. heads up burlingame, san mateo, sfo airport showers impacting that drive home in that spot today. tomorrow, the snow level drops. mount st. helena, mount hamilton, mount diablo snow showers tomorrow as the snow level drops down to 3500 heat. a big area of upper-level low pressure usually goes counterclockwise. it will be closer tomorrow giving us more widespread showers and keeping afternoon temperatures only in the 50s the entire day short of 60 degrees. watch where this air is coming from. it's coming down from the arctic circle. it modifies by the time it gets here. showery and snow level down to 3500 feet with the slight chance of a thunderstorm tomorrow. don't be surprised if you hear a boom thunder. sunday morning the coldest morning as we clear out. widespread lows in the 30s. tomorrow it's all about the 50s. san jose, livermore, san francisco, mid-50s. that's it. sunnyvale 58. union city 57. 57 for pittsburg, san ramon. dublin 56. only 55 in downtown san francisco tomorrow with scattered showers. we'll clear it out by sunday af
the evacuation of a hotel in burlingame. guests at the embassy suites were forced to leave at 1:00 a.m. this morning because of the high carbon monoxide levels. one person was taken to had hospital. investigators traced it to a malfunctioning boiler. >> there was a malfunctioning piece of equipment in the hotel. since that time the equipment has been isolated. we decided we were going to evacuate for the safety of the occupants. >> fire crews ventilated the building and the guests were allowed back in at 5:00 a.m. >>> a college student was killed in a vehicle accident. he hit a tree yesterday. he got separated from friends and that alcohol may be a factor. he is from oakland. he graduated from antioch high school. and started college last year in oregon. >> safeway worked out a contract with its union workers. it covers workers in northern california. they are recommending members ratify the deal. comes after 15 months of negotiations. meanwhile raley's and nob hill foods workers remain on the picket line. >>> a good sign for the job market. there were 355,000 new claims. that is 15,
in foster city, burlingame. and tell your people that it is illegal to post signs within six tenors 60 ft. of and a landscaped freeway. also the same for it sally lieber. have 10 days per, california law to remove political science which are more like political lecture. requesting to stop krone says the patience or " to yes on proposition 37. most congress said no i personally believe that all signs should not be permitted on our roadways. they usually end up on trash like this ron paul sobbing at the 101 broadway exit. interesting, i've found the stop human trafficking posters and also that measure did pass. >> in the portola district the entire stretch of san bruno ave has some form of signs. there are some signs that we can never do away with like no smoking, stop signs, parking signs. however, when it comes to political science was the election is over, the first thing on your agenda should be to remove those signs. we do not need more political letter than absolutely necessary and if you wander along this could hang out? look of the dates on the east. on the peninsula, stanley robert
will buy at least a piece of the hostess company and carry on that brand. >>> burlingame-based virgin america is back off some of its expansion plans. the airline is reducing its order of airbus sas jets from 30 to 10. last month they announced they were reducing their flight schedule in the 1st quarter of next year. the company has also offered employees voluntary short-term leave. >>> portable sleep tents for infants and small children are being voluntarily recalled because of a safety hazard. kid coink's recall of 220,000 of items after a baby was found killed in a tent. there are other people with problems with the mattress. >>> a community is honoring the victims of jonestown that covers the black because the name of the man responsible for the deaths is on the plaque. jim jones poisoned people with kool-aid. a dozen people showed up at the oakland cemetery to mark the 34th anniversary of the mass suicide. >> it's horrific. we live that tragedy, my family, many people never got over it. now we have to see the insult. >> families hope to get a new memorial by next year. >>> san fr
lee on young man who was left for dead? >> a young burlingame man is making that remarkable recovery after being shot in the head and in coma for almost a month. today we witnessed what his family calls that miracle. >> he is in the hospital. >> in the early morning hours, henry got the phone call every parent fears. his son benjamin was at san francisco general hospital in critical condition. he is parents saw him wheeled into surgery. >> i wanted to touch him but i couldn't. >> do you remember that? >> he kept repeating. >> he was leaving a party and stranger made inappropriate advances toward his girlfriend. man shot benjamin in the head after he went to her defense. at one point. his brain wound was so severe they only gave him 25% chance of living. he was medically induced coma for almost a month. >> but the young man was fighting silently for his life. he was making small and significant victories. four days ago, as they took his breathing tube, he uttered his first words. >> i went in there and i told him to say hi, mom? >> he said himom. >> he was transferred to uc san franci
the making begin is sz. >> family is calling this a thanksgiving miracle. >> yes. young burlingame man in a coma after being shot in the month ago is month ago is beginning a remarkable recover recovery. >> vick lee witnessed it first happened today a.story only on abc 7 news. >>reporter: it was saturday after halloween. still parties in the city. >> your son benjamin got shot and he's in the hospital. >>reporter: early morning hours of october 28 henry got the phone call every parent fears. his son benjamin was at san francisco general hospital in critical condition. his parents saw him being wheeled into surgery. >> i just went and touch him and i couldn't -- >>reporter: you remember that night? >> captain forget. keep repeating. >>reporter: 21-year-old was leaving a halloween party at fort mason when a stranger police identified as lee made inappropriate advances toward his girl friend. the man shot benjamin in the head after he went to her defense. at one point doctors said his brain wound was so severe they gave him only a 25% chance of living. he was in a medically ind
twe have rain and we have wind. we have new video and decision on a tree that fell down in burlingame. this is on the norton avenue and this is probably the first of many shots like this that we will see throughout the day. we know pg&e are going around the bay area tried to give power restored. >> we will continue with our weather story and we are watching wall street a day weather story and we are watching wall street a day after (car horn) paying with your smartphone instead of cash... (phone rings) that's a step forward. with chase quickpay, you can send money directly to anyone's checking account. i guess he's a kicker... again, again! oh, no you don't! take a step forward and chase what matters. aids is not going to take my baby. ♪ aids will not take our future. ♪ our weapons are testing... education, care and support. ♪ and aids... ♪ aids is going to lose. aids is going to lose. ♪ [ female announcer ] nature exists on the grandest scale... ♪ ...and in the tiniest details. ♪ and sometimes both. nature valley granola thins pack the big taste of granola and dark choc
fairfield at 6:00 this morning. the or two groups will leave this afternoon from oakland and burlingame. >>> so far more than 100 bay area red cross volunteers and five emergency response vehicles have been sent to the east coast. the red cross served more than 275,000 meals and snack in both new york and new jersey opinion on friday night nearly 13,000 people in nine states stayed in shelters. the red cross is looking for money and blood donations to help those impacted by the storms. >>> falling temperatures are raising concerns as crews continue to try to restore power to the east coast following super storm sandy. almost a million people still without power this morning in the new york city area where overnight temperatures fell to the 30s. new york city mayor michael bloomberg is urging those without power to go to a shelter. city officials are handing out 25,000 blankets to those who refuse to leave their homes. >> i have no power. no generator but my house is intact. i won't have power for a week or so. >> most schools in new york city are scheduled to reopen tomorrow. a week aft
bit slow in san mateo as you approach the burlingame area. let's go to steve. >>> yes, very windy for some. gusts to almost 30 miles an hour. you saw the camera bouncing around. there's been some rain from sausalito to san francisco. you can see a few breaks in the clouds. it will be a mostly cloudy, very mild day for some numbers you have that rain. i mean, there's been some really good rain, santa rosa north. i've seen .03. there are far lesser amounts but santa rosa all morning long. the observation said rain take it over to lake county. rain has made it into parts of napa county and marin county. nothing too heavy there. lighter amounts san francisco, other observer, .05. also to emeryville, ronald said the rain was picking up there. even in the santa cruz mountains, there's been a little bit. not a lot. but scotts valley had some rain. it's here. it is on the way. the rain will -- the system is very strong up in the north coast. our observer ronald thompson up in crescent city, 3 inches up there. it will pack a punch once it gets here. once we get to thursday, we'll have clea
talk to kron 4 solo reporter yoli if she is standing by highway 101 by burlingame is that correct. >> that is correct coming out of the streets of burlingame there is hattic that the storm has caused such as falling trees, falling down fences and garbage cans. i will show a bit of video the next time around. i have been on the road and it is really dangerous. you want to have both hands on the will there is so much rain coming so quickly it continues and is causing a lot o flooding in standing water. >> the wind was a something else yoli as well. >> it is not just puddling on the size.asidside. in the mie lanes there are standing water is well there are dips in the road that would cause hydroplaning. >> thank >yoli we will keep you updated on the latest conditions. thank you james we will watch what is coming on on satellite feed we have live pictures and southern new jersey this is a freight train that has derailed from the tracks and it has a haz mat build. cars are wrecked. for cars are reportedly bumping into a creek. they are dumping a chemical called vinyl chloride. vinyl ch
and burlingame over 30 minutes. the good news, east bay and south bay trick-or-treaters and any one else, you got about another hour to hour and a half maybe two hours before we start to see the rainfall moving in. as far as the forecast goes tonight. it's going to be cold on this halloween, temperatures in the 50s to low 60s. once again some of the driest for the east and the south bay. to our sky camera network. we got the cloud cover and we also have a busy city. not only the world series parade, but a lot of people staying in the city on this evening. let's bring you back to the weather boards. this rain migrating to the south for tonight by 9 and 10:00 p.m. that rain is going to push off to the south. we think by 11 p.m. we'll have rain in san jose. tomorrow morning a few spotty showers lingering, we'll be clearing out by afternoon so not a major wet day on thursday. temperatures in the upper 60s to low 70s. we'll warm up by saturday, upper 70s, even a few 80s. let's get a look throughout sunday. 80 degrees and dry and sunny and may be a few more showers by next wednesday night into thursday
and burlingame. they will join the crew of 40 bay area volunteers deployed to the region last week. >>> disney and abc are making tomorrow a day of giving to victims of sandy. disney is kicking things off with a $2 million donation to the american red cross. and you can help by texting abc to 90999 to give ten dollars to the relief effort. you can also donate to the red cross by calling 1-800-help-now or by going online to redcross.org/abc. >>> santa clara county public guardian's office is facing criticism this morning. some families tell us the county is isolating their elderly loved ones unnecessarily and taking control of their entire lives right down to who they can visit. here is dan noyes with part two of this i-team investigation. >>> i need my family. they took that away from me, you know. what does it take? >> that's the voice of 82-year-old woman. >> i don't do anything, anything here. >> i know. >> because this is like a prison. >> it's like a prison? >> she suffers from dementia and her son marcus made the recording during one of only three visits he's been allowed with his mother
, fairfield, and burlingame today. >>> here are the latest numbers on hurricane sandy. more than 3300 red cross disaster workers on the ground. the defense department has already set up mobile fuel stations around the new york city metro area. where they plan to distribute 12 million gallons of gasoline to run generators. meanwhile, the death toll sales at 113. >>> it's been nearly a week since sandi hit. how are things coming along? >> let's go live to staten island this morning. good morning. electricity continues to be a big problem. how many people in new york are still without power? >> reporter: good morning to you. throughout new york city about 800,000 people still without power. that means no key. obviously, they are only adding to the frustrations here. this is a sample of what people and construction crews -- public works crews, rather, are trying to deal with. debris all throughout the streets here. it is not just clothes and photos and memories, but in some cases its entire structures of houses that have been sort of washed away and line the roads. as you might imagine, this
will leave from oakland and burlingame. they will join the crew of 40 bay area volunteers deployed last week. disney and abc are making tomorrow a day of giving to help victims of sandy. disney is kicking things off with a $2 million donation to the american red cross. and you can help by texting abc to 90999 to give $10 to the relief efforts. you can also donate to the red cross by calling 1-800-help now or by going on-line to red cross .org/abc. and we are talking about the temperatures there being so cold. >> that's right. even colder. they will get some snow and a little storm coming their way in the middle of the week. and for us, our weather changes in the next couple days. i hope you are enjoying it right now. the warm up on track with record record -- with record warmth perhaps in a few cities. we are talking about a gorgeous start to the day. a live shot hd emeryville. you can see all of the sunshine and widespread 60s to start out. so we are enjoying the benefits of a strong ridge of high pressure building into the bay area and sticking around for a couple days. live doppler 7hd sa
become a embassy suite hotel in burlingame the other night when everyone had to be evacuated. car bob mox leak discovered by very quick thinking doctor and the poisoning is difficult to diagnosis but that doctor who followed his instinct likely saved lives. story tonight from 7 news reporter vick lee. >>reporter: at about 1:00 a.m. thursday some 500 guests were evacuated from the rooms at the embassy suite hotel. this after firefighters found a carbon monoxide leak in the swimming pool boiler. earlier wednesday evening at about 6:00 paramedic transported a guest suffering from an undisclosed illness to mills peninsula hospital. cat scan performed on the brain. the results puzzled radiologist dr. greg lynn. >> something didn't look right about it and harder i looked the more i scratched my head. >>reporter: patient had a high fever. was not conscious. he thought he might have had a stroke. but the results of the scan were different. he finally decided it might be carbon monoxide poisoning but was still not positive. >> i have only seen it once or twice in teaching files during m
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on the peninsula from burlingame, san mateo, north through daly city by the airport and downtown san francisco will be very soggy. that said, you're getting a break right now from mill valley. we have a lot of rainfall still for san rafael, north through napa and sonoma county. and now the last to see the heavier showers places like concord and pleasant hill and walnut creek. you will see rain increase this evening. the setup in the atmosphere is similar to yesterday in that we have an approaching area of low pressure but it's getting closer and closer and the rain is becoming more intense and widespread continuing tonight and early tomorrow. i think we'll get a bit of a break tomorrow afternoon but then after this low pressure moves out, we have a front that's going to move through giving us more rainfall saturday night into sunday morning. you got to get outside over the weekend and want to stay dry? carry an umbrella or get outside on sunday afternoon. because once this front moves through, we will dry out. so what to expect? when it's raining we have a tropical connection so it will be ste
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